The Atari 5200 was supposed to be the next step forward for an early video game giant. Instead, the company tried to pretend it never existed, even after selling a million consoles.
Up until Tuesday, every AoG alcohol taste test has involved some sort of horse poison. To celebrate a season with two bye weeks, we decided to change things up and give some of America's finest high-ABV craft beers a try.
Bye week is #Booze Week. Christian and Gumbercules return to review and discuss the best horse poison that you can buy..for $1.49. It's the King Can Taste Test, Part III; Icehouse, Steel Reserve, Twisted Tea, and more!
McDonald's loved American athletes so much that the company was willing to give away millions of dollars worth of food to support them in the 1984 Olympics. Of course, a Soviet boycott of those games certainly didn't help things.
An extended look at the worst bar on television and Uncle Jesse's opus - the Smash Club. Let's delve into this dayglo nightmare of terrible music, horrible service, and a seemingly endless supply of poor decisions.
After more than five years of development, it flew exactly once, for approximately one mile. Behold, the Hughes H-4 Hercules:
Schadenfreude Fridays: The King Can Taste Test, Watermelon Edition. We drink awful things and review them for your pleasure, all thanks to the dog days of college sports.
Schadenfreude Thursdays: Bobby Petrino's Texts to Jessica Dorell from Before the Arkansas/Vanderbilt Game
Schadenfreude Thursdays: Bobby Petrino's Texts to Jessica Dorell from before the Arkansas/Vanderbilt game. Did Coach Petrino end up wasted on Hpnotiq before the Vandy matchup?...we'll never know for sure.
Schadenfraude Wednesdays: Miami's screwed, does that mean the ACC is vulnerable for a raid? Will probable sanctions for the Hurricanes make the ACC's other teams more likely to jump ship to the SEC?
Schadenfreude Fridays: The King Can Taste Test (Part I?). Colt 45, Camo Black Ice and something called 'Stack'. What you should and shouldn't drink before the Vanderbilt spring game.
The craptacular buys at the NCAA's Vanderbilt store. Come see what horrors $60 can buy.